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The destruction of the vitreous body (DST) is a pathological process in which the normal structure of the vitreous body is disturbed, accompanied by its liquefaction and thickening of the fibrils.

DST often develops in older people against the background of atherosclerosis and general vascular diseases. The most common filamentous DST, but there can be destruction in the form of "gold" or "silver" rain.

DST does not belong to diseases that are dangerous to health, however, the development of dense, opaque opacities in the vitreous body significantly impairs the patient's quality of life, up to the development of stable depressive conditions associated with constant anxiety.

The drugs used for DST are not effective enough and the attitude towards them is ambiguous. Recently, in the treatment of DST, the drug Siavit (Seavit) has been used, which is a source of micronutrients for the vitreous body. This drug was developed taking into account the metabolic disorders occurring in the vitreous body in older people. The article is devoted to the study of the effectiveness of the drug "Seavit" (LLC "ASEPTICA", Uzbekistan) in the destruction of the vitreous body (DST).


destruction of the vitreous body (DST) seavit treatment

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Yuldashevna, K. N. (2021). The Effectiveness of the Drug Siavit in the Conservative Treatment of the Destruction of the Vitreous Body. CENTRAL ASIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES, 2(5), 174-182.


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